Vani Plastic Vent Covers: An Alternative to Styrofoam

 Vanity Vents is a company that produces plastic vent covers made from recycled materials. They're a great alternative to Styrofoam, as they provide Instant Curb Appeal, Weatherization and Interior Home Comfort.


First of all, crawl space vent covers are made from recycled materials, which means that they help reduce waste and save energy. In addition, they're also a great way to improve the aesthetic appeal of your home by hiding unsightly vents and pipes. Finally, vanity vents help improve indoor air quality by allowing fresh air into the home along with moisture and smoke particles.

How to Choose the Right Outdoor Vent Cover for Your Home


If you're looking for an alternative to Styrofoam vent inserts, then Vanity Vents is the perfect option for you. Vanity Vents are made from high-quality, durable synthetic materials that offer a high performance alternative to unsightly, messy, crumbly and dangerous Styrofoam vent inserts.


They're also easy to install - just attach them to your exterior wall using the built-in hanger and they'll protect your property from rain and weather damage. And because they're made from synthetic materials, Vanity outdoor vent covers are eco-friendly as well!

How To Install A Foundation Vent: An Easy Step-By-Step Guide! [EASY]


If you're looking to save money on your energy bill this winter, then you need to install our foundation vent covers. Our vent covers prevent drafts and keep your home warm in the winter and cool in the summer.


To install our vent covers, all you need is a few simple tools and about 30 minutes of your time. Here's a step-by-step guide that will show you how easy it is: 


1. Remove any obstructions from the foundation vents. This includes anything that may be blocking the air flow, like furniture or pictures. 

2. Measure the distance between each foundation vent and make sure they're all equal distances from the wall(s). 

3. Cut the fabric panels to fit around each foundation vent, making sure that they're snug but not too tight. 

4. staple the fabric panels to the baseboard using a staple gun or tape measure (you'll want them at least 1 inch away from the walls). You can also use screws if desired (but we recommend against it). 

5. Cover each panel with plastic wrap and seal it with duct tape to make sure there are no leaks.